Feroze Khan and Ushna Shah have won netizens’ approval with their chemistry in Habs

Published 03 Aug, 2022 11:51am

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Their characters Ayesha and Basit get married as part of a business deal but are slowly warming up to each other.

<p>Photo: Screen-grab /YouTube</p>

Photo: Screen-grab /YouTube

Actors Feroze Khan and Ushna Shah have won netizens over with their chemistry Habs. Episodes air every Tuesday and the latest one has impressed social media users with the actors’ onscreen chemistry once again.

The 12th episode showed Basit (Feroze Khan) warm up to his wife Ayesha (Ushna Shah). Their bond goes beyond the relationship of a boss and a personal assistant as they try to figure out their new roles as husband and wife while also dealing with each other’s families at the same time.

Netizens love Shah’s “simple beauty” in the show.

Others shared appreciation posts for the actor and said, “Feroze was my fav[ourite] but girl you are rocking each episode.”

Another credited her for Basit’s smile in the latest episode.

This user also appreciated his smile and how it felt more genuine than the ones he puts on.

For this user, it was the chemistry.

Another broke down their relationship and how, for Basit, a relationship filled with warmth is what he had been avoiding up until Ayesha came into his life. “He is just unaware of his emotions and scares to accept his feelings. Feroze Khan & Ushna Shah has created magic with their crackling chemistry,” they wrote.

People love Khan’s portrayal of Basit.

But for one user, the highlight of the episode was seeing Ayesha’s sister Bano (Dania Anwer) rising back up as her confident self. However, they hoped she doesn’t accept a job offer at her now brother-in-law’s office as per her mother (Saba Faisal) request.

The drama also stars Shah’s real life sister Irsa Ghazal, who plays Khan’s mother and Shah’s mother-in-law. Ayesha Omar, Hina Rizvi, Javed Sheikh, Shazia Qaiser, Musaddiq Malek, Imran Aslam and Janice Tessa are also part of the show. It has been written by Aliya Makhdoom, directed by Musaddiq Malek and produced by Humayun Saeed and Shahzad Nasib.